Kodal Minerals (KOD.L)’s Gold Exploration At Mali And Côte D’ivoire

Following a precipitous drop in 2017, Kodal Minerals was focused on regaining its footing. The share price did not drop much in 2018 and 2019. However, in 2020, at 0.027 GBP, it fell to its lowest level in recent years. The year 2021 had a favorable impact on Kodal Minerals. The share price of the firm has finally begun to rise. On the 12th of July, the share price was opened at 0.4350 GBP and closed at 0.4440 GBP, exceeding the previous close by 5.71%. The day’s trading value was in the range of 0.4110 GBP – 0.4500 GBP. The average volume is greater than the previous volume by 251,1 million GBP.

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Kodal Minerals is also concentrating on its Mali mining license application, for which it has already paid the application cost. A geochemical sampling at Kodal Minerals’ Dabakala gold concession in central Côte d’Ivoire continues to provide high-grade surface samples, according to the company.

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Bernard Aylward, the company’s CEO, stated that their gold exploration projects in Côte d’Ivoire are doing well. He also stated that Dabakala’s broad, consistent surface gold anomalism is an attractive possibility with numerous freshly identified gold trends in an unknown location. He expressed his excitement at the prospect of doing reconnaissance drilling to assess the possibility of primary gold mineralization.

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